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Rocket Man: Istanbul Rocket Debunked

Posted by on Aug 7, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

Probably one of the most challenging pieces of ancient astronaut evidence to research has been this statue depicting a space-suited man/alien on what appears to be a rocket. Part of the reason for this is that the artifact is in Turkey and has never really been on public display. At least not for very long. And really, few people have studied it, and any results of said studies are in Turkish and really difficult to track down. Searching for the artifact online will usually only turn up regurgitations of Sitchin’s story and not much else of...

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Housekeeping

Posted by on Aug 7, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

The blogs here have become more and more infrequent. There’s a number of reasons for this, but the shortest explanation is that it takes a long time to research some of this stuff, analyze it and put it together into something that’s hopefully readable for you. Also, I have a (kind of sort of) full time job, various social/familial obligations, other writing projects and things like that. So, this blog is kind of a hobby/ministry project that I get to when I can or feel a special burden to write about something. But I hope you...

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Like Flint Radio

Posted by on Aug 7, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

I nearly forgot about this. GK had me as a guest on Like Flint Radio, please check it out, we discussed Edgar Cayce, the sleeping prophet. Certainly not their best episode, but GK didn’t have much to work with I’m afraid.   http://likeflintradio.com/shows-2/likeflintradio/lfr-show-35

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Book Review: Chariots of the gods

Posted by on Apr 7, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

“Chariots of the gods” Theme music by the Peter Thomas Orhestra   The “groundbreaking classic” 1999 edition of Erich von Daniken’s (sorry, no umlauts today) “Chariots of the gods” helps to keep the ancient astronaut theory’s 1960’s fire burning for a new generation. This tome is perhaps the most influential book of its kind, mainly because it popularized the ancient alien theory for an entire generation, as well as a very large audience. As if that wasn’t enough, it also inspired...

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None Shall Pass: The Black Knight Satellite

Posted by on Mar 16, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

As odd as it sounds, a large majority of purported evidence for the ancient alien theory is engraved in stone. Giant stone blocks. Primitive stone carvings. If we’re lucky, sometimes we get questionable metal artifacts. But, why haven’t the aliens left us anything…I don’t know…more alien? Like a giant ship full of giant robots? Why not a holographic message? Maybe metal engravings that don’t corrode? Perhaps lasers or engineering diagrams? Or an orb? Why is it that the proof of ancient aliens is mostly...

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Our Wacky Solar System: Planet X and the Theories That Love Him

Posted by on Jan 21, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

Is it out there? Planet X? Nibiru, or any of a dozen other names? Science has sought it out for more than a century. Dozens have claimed that it’s coming towards Earth. Yet, where is it? Over the past several decades, Planet X has been promised to be in the far reaches of our system or scheduled to come towards Earth. Yet, every time it was supposed to appear, it has failed to do so. But like a bad horror movie cliché, the threat of Planet X is bound to rise again, and people will likely claim it’s headed in any day to wreak havoc upon...

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Our Wacky Solar System: Mars and the Ruins of Mars

Posted by on Aug 5, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

The planet Mars needs no introduction as a possible candidate for harboring alien life, or for capturing the imagination of man. Many have opined that Mars has always held a special fascination for mankind, and thus now to humans looking for ET, Mars has rarely been left out of such conversations. Even though explorations of twentieth century space probes have yet to definitively prove any life exists or has existed there. Of course, this lack of proof hasn’t stopped people from claiming Mars was once full of intelligent life, and...

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Our Wacky Solar System: Rahab, Krypton, Phaeton, Maldek and the Asteroid Belt

Posted by on Jul 24, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

One of the more recent ideas becoming popular, not so much in the ancient alien camp, but in fringe Christian theology, is the idea that the asteroid belt was a planet that was destroyed as a judgment from God. Ancient alienites and New Agers put a slightly different spin on it, if they accept it at all. This planet, sometimes called Rahab, Phaeton, Maldek and sometimes Krypton, is billed as a planet that Satan actually ruled at some point in the distant past. There may be other names, but for simplicity’s sake, Rahab it is. Satan and a...

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These Pipes Are Clean!

Posted by on May 4, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

  The Baigong pipes first came to my attention perhaps ten years ago in a book that was allegedly about time travel. The book outlined a number of “OOPARTS” (out of place artifacts) and presented them as evidence that time travelers have physically visited earth in the past. The book then became a treatise on how to perform rituals and meditations to achieve an out of body experience to reportedly travel freely in time. There was no real attempt to explain how “astral” travel would produce physical evidence for...

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